BlackBerry Curve 'suitable for all users'
3 February 2009 — 9:00 AM
Consumers recycling mobile phones to get their hands on a new phone may be interested the latest comments from the makers of the BlackBerry.
Research In Motion, the firm behind the popular range of devices, said its Curve 8900 is a handset that is not only an ideal companion for professionals, it also serves the needs of personal users.
It was noted in addition to being its slimmest, most pocketable BlackBerry, the Curve offers an "exceptional" level of support for features such as email and internet browsing.
However it was added that more day-to-day user features such as Wi-Fi, messaging and calling facilities also made it an excellent choice.
Mark Guibert, the manufacturer's vice-president of corporate marketing, said the Curve would also attract those looking for style in the latest phones.
"The BlackBerry Curve 8900 lets you stay easily connected with work, family, friends and the internet using a beautifully designed phone that looks and feels great," he added.
Last week, Orange announced the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 would be available on pay-as-you-go.
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